A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber. From March 1999 - October 2002, the show ran every Sunday night from midnight-2am on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and KFAI.org.
DO FRIES GO WITH THAT SHAKE - George Clinton (1986)
BLACK COW - Steely Dan (1977)
LOVE COME DOWN - Evelyn "Champagne" King (1982)
PERCOLATOR - Hot Butter (1973)
OH SHERRIE - Steve Perry (1984) [as in cooking sherry]
BACK STABBERS - O'Jays (1984) [as in orange juices]
DOWN THE WIRE - The Quick [later became Giant Steps] (1986) [as in Quik]
NO MILK TODAY - Herman's Hermits (1966)
DISCOMANIA - Cafe Creme (1978) ***God-awful medley of the week***
GIN AND JUICE - Snoop Doggy Dogg (1994)
BRANDY (YOU'RE A FINE GIRL) - Looking Glass (1972)
BROTHER LOUIE - Hot Chocolate [original version of Stories hit] (1972)
ABSOLUTE - Scritti Politti (1985) [as in Absolut]
ONE MINT JULEP - Ray Charles (1961)
RED WINE AND WHISKY - Katrina and the Waves (original 1984 version)
WHERE EVERYBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME - Gary Portnoy (1983)
MARGARITAVILLE - Jimmy Buffett (1977)
TALL COOL ONE - Robert Plant (1988)
I'LL DRINK TO YOU - Duke Jupiter (1982)
TEQUILA - Hot Butter (1972)
TINY BUBBLES - Don Ho (1966)
FUNKY COLD MEDINA - Tone Loc (1989)
ESCAPE (THE PINA COLADA SONG) - Rupert Holmes (1979)
THE SWEETEST THING - Juice Newton and Silver Spur (original 1975 version of 1982 hit)
MILK AND ALCOHOL - Doctor Feelgood (1978)
GO FOR SODA - Kim Mitchell (1985)
July 23, 2010 Subject:
Wow, what a concept for this show - All beverages, all the time. Quite a diverse set of songs from the Boogiemonster's dungeon this time around - from JUICE Newton to "GIN AND JUICE." From "No MILK Today" to "MILK and ALCOHOL." While the fine line of including beverages in the title or the artist name (The O'Jays = Orange Juice?) is walked skillfully, I'm not exactly sure the link goes past that - - which it certainly doesn't need to, when you have Mr. Gerber behind the mic linking things up for you - even sometimes admitting it's a sort of dumb idea for a show.
What could be the standout for me personally is the inclusion of "DISCOMANIA" by Cafe Creme from 1978 - it's one of the most ridiculous "God-Awful Medleys" I've heard featured on the show yet - ten minutes of pure... crap. A few years before Stars on 45 cashed in on the medley craze, these guys were doing something almost as atrocious, if not even more tongue-in-cheek.
Good "theme" show - worth the listen!